African Resource

By: African Resource  11-11-2011
Keywords: wildlife, Magazine, Field Guide

Training & Assessment Megan is available on a pro rata basis as a stand-in trainer for established ecotourism or field guide training institutes. She is also available to initiate and conduct training programs in situ (i.e. at the actual game lodge or reserve). Megan is a Theta and FGASA accredited assessor and can assess candidates for FGASA level 1, 2 and 3. In this regard she is available to arrange a visit to the candidate’s place of work. She is also available to lodges to assess their teams for national compliancy. Please enquire for rates at Research / Writing for Media African Resource is a resource available to the media industry for wildlife documentary and television productions. Offerings include research material, scripts and storyline writing and general wildlife consulting. Megan has been involved in producing numerous documentaries for channels such as Animal Planet and National Geographic most notably the one hour special 'Valley of the Golden Baboon' which she assistant produced including co-scripting and all research.
Wildlife Journalism & Editorial Megan is available to do free-lance and commissioned editorial work for magazine publications and books. Her editorial and photographic work has been featured many times in various local and international publications. These include Africa Geographic , Country Life, Sawubona Magazine, African Sporting Gazette and Good Taste Magazine. Megan produces mostly feature pieces on wildlife, conservation issues and travel. She has contributed especially regularly to the South African wildlife publication Africa Geographic which reaches 160 000 readers every month, half of which are outside Africa. The magazine features in 230 game lodges and hotels. Megan is the co-author of the anecdotal book 'Whatever you do, don't run' and author of the interpretative guide to the Lowveld ' '. Megan is currently the content producer on the longest running environmental television magazine show in the world, 50|50. To learn more go to

Keywords: Field Guide, Magazine, wildlife